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Blue Justice for SSF

Share your story!

TBTI is calling for more stories and examples of policies, programs, initiatives, regulatory frameworks, as well as other situations that create social injustice and inequity on SSF. The contributions will be compiled in the 2nd volume of the ‘Blue Justice for Small-Scale Fisheries’ e-book.

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Facts & Figures

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State of the Art


Total annual catch

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Source: World Bank/FAO/WorldFish (2010)

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Happy World Fisheries Day!


Explore the thoughtful, poignant, and inspiring collection of 22 stories about why SSF matter to you.

The collection includes essays, photo narratives, poetry collection, videos, animation, and drawings, all of them portraying the myriad values SSF embody.

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TD training program, fall 2020

Transdisciplinarity in Fisheries & Ocean Sustainability

The main objective of the training is to engage participants in a critical examination of a range of issues, challenges and concerns related to fisheries & ocean sustainability, especially those affecting SSF. 

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News & Updates

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TBTI Digest – January 2020

Download TBTI Digest to learn about the recent project’s activities and outputs. You can also contact us if you have any news or feedback. ...[read more]

Types of injustice in small-scale fisheries

Small-scale fisheries around the world face different types of injustice that violate their human rights, affect their livelihoods and wellbeing, and prohibit them from participating in decision-making, among others. ...[read more]

The Transdisciplinary Journey

Engaging in transdisciplinarity is a lifelong journey. In September 2020, we welcomed over 55 participants to the 14-week course, Transdisciplinary for Fisheries and Ocean Sustainability. ...[read more]

Not so small after all

In the past two months, Yinji Li have had an opportunity to speak to the Japanese public regarding small-scale fisheries issues as well as regarding the TBTI and V2V projects. ...[read more]